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The Sit-In Movement, 1960  

Four North Carolina A&T freshmen made history on February 1, 1960 by starting America’s Sit-In Movement at F. W. Woolworth in downtown Greensboro.
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This selective guide is designed to assist you in finding information from F. D. Bluford Library on aspects of the Sit-In Movement in Greensboro, NC in 1960. 

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F.D. Bluford Library uses the Library of Congress Classification (LC) system to organize and arrange materials. The LC classification is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S. This system uses a combination of letters and numbers to arrange materials by subjects.

If you want to browse the shelves at the library for your topics, consider these Call Number areas to start in:

  E 184.5-185.98 Afro-Americans

 F 1-975 United States Local History 
      F 251-265   North Carolina


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